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it was on a plane. >>alisyn: that's better? >>steve: eric bolling in for brian who is on vacation. ali is in for gretchen. >>alisyn: what have you done with your staff? >>steve: they are on vacation. >>alisyn: a lot of news. there are brand-new concerns about killer whales that freed themselves from the ice in quebec. no one has seen them since. we watched that video of a family of 12 whales struggling to breathe out of a hole the size of a pickup truck. then the wind shifted and the water opened up -- the ice opened up and the grandmother whale, we're told, led them all to safety. but now aerial crews sent to track them cannot find the whales. killer whales can swim a mile before needing air. that is about 20 minutes. we'll keep an eye on this story and bring developments as soon as we get them. >>> there is enough evidence, we're told, to put the accused dark knight shooter on trial. he is expected to be arraigned today. but it is likely defense attorneys will ask for a delay. james holmes is accused of opening fire in a colorado theater last july killing 12 people and injuring 70. >
i'm gretchen carlson. the flu outbreak is spreading more. how you can protect yourself. >>steve: call him sherrif joe biden. he tells the president forget congress. crack down on guns by executive order. will they really gut the second amendment? >>brian: what would you do? an invisible driver places an order at the drive-thru. >> hello. is someone in there? >> i'm a ghost. thank you. >>brian: "fox & friends" said they did the right thing. i'm a tkpwoefplt -- i'm a ghost. >>gretchen: first we see dogs driving cars a few weeks ago. now we have ghosts driving cars and ordering fast-food restaurants? >>brian: i've got a feeling that is a practical joker as opposed to a dog driving. later on in the show we'll get a trainer show you how to get your dog to drive a lawn mower. >>steve: do you think the after-life is interesting going through the drive-thru window? >>brian: you need a quick break but don't have time to sit down and have somebody take your order because you're a ghost. you drive through and go back to scaring people. >>gretchen: let's begin with a fox news alert. the flu
to steve. >>> all right. we do have -- some patchy fog. yesterday, was much more widespread, especially san jose. things seem to be a lot better today towards the south bay but there's still some in the north bay and east bay. the cold is the bigger story. it's not working its way in but it will tonight. no doubt about it, thursday into friday. lows will be dipping in the 20s. 30s, maybe even around the coast. windy, possible showers, but this is not a big system for big rain. it's a big system for cold air because of that already, thursday night and friday, a freeze warning is out for the north bay and frost advisories. i know we're still a day away. this will be very cold air. it might last until sunday. increasing clouds throughout the day. maybe a little filtered sun. 30s and 40s. some of that patchy fog. temperatures are stuck. haven't seen them move that much. here is the cold air. we'll see it will swing in. still about a day away. but a little bit cooler today with increasing clouds coming in. not a big deal. mostly cloudy, patchy fog, combination of the two makes for a gray day. av
. we'll have howard dean and steve forbes debate the issue. >>> and in cooperstown, new york, rampant steroid use has resulted in this, no one will be inducted into the baseball hall of fame this year, no bonds, no clemens, no one. we have the latest on this major league dis. >>> it's not a fiscal emergency, it's about the flu and it's not going to be the only city. >>> and finally, this trillion dollar platinum coin idea to solve the debt. not only stupid, it'll make the u.s. look like a banana republic. can we please avoid that, at least? the "kudlow report" begins right now. >>> another big day on the gun control front. a key statement from vice president biden on the issue. eamon javers joins us with the details. good evening, eamon. >> the white house suggests it could use an executive order to move gun control legislation reform forward here in washington, d.c. and also today, the vice president met at the white house with gun control advocates, some of whom shared their personal and emotional stories. >> my name is annette nance and my 16-year-old son blair holt was killed in c
to welcome two experts. terry schmidt and steve clemens. -- gary schmidt and steve clemons. did his nomination surprise you? >guest: it did not. when you began looking at the transition from leon panetta and asking what kind of person who would have in there, someone who would command competency and stature. he seemed an obvious choice. host: news from "the new york times." pointing out to republicans who called him and appeasers based on what he said in a rock. he voted for the rock were but then turned against that conflict. the word appeasers seems to be pretty strong. -- iraq, but then turned aginst that conflict. the word "appeaser" seems to e pretde pretty strong. guest: the most important thing that happened during the war was the search. he voted against the surge. he called the worst mistake since the vietnam. when you're talking about putting somebody as secretary of defense and has such strong views, and wrong views, that is something that will be asking him. host: we're going to share with you some of the statements by senator haggle -- hagel. also, a number of speeches
confirmation. with me now steve clemens, editor at large for "atlantic" and has written things in support of hagel's nomination to the defense department and dan seymour and foreign policy adviser. gentlemen, welcome to you both. i couldn't think of two better people to do this and you both agreed. so, thank you. dan, i want to start with you, but i want to lay out this issue on israel and iran and i want to put up, we put together a few charts. sort of fuel for supporters and opponents when it comes to hagel and iran and israel. voted against iran/libya sanks in 2001 and blocked sanctions bills in 2008. he was in support of key nonproliferation bills having to do with sanctioning iran on nuclear weapons. as for israel, he didn't sign some letters of support of israel in the past. anti-hamas bill and voted for aid for israel as a senator. dan, why would you look at this record and say it's decidedly mixed for somebody who want somebody in there who wants nothing but always on the side of whatever israel wants the united states to do, he certainly is not a full fledged opponent of israel,
. be sure to pick up a copy of skeef w steve weiss's new novel. >> go gm long. >> i knew that. >> titan. buy it. >> more at 5:00 tonight. follow me on twitter. and "power lunch" begins right now. >> "halftime" is over. >> "power lunch" and the second half of the trading day starts right now. >> an unhedged hour of "power lunch." an hour filled with breaking news. in 30 minutes time we expect president obama to name jacob lew to replace timothy geithner. it the white house really getting serious on gun control? under way right now, vice president biden, at the chair's seat. we should have answered very soon. and new rules on mortgages. being announced today. we will highlight changes and explain how they could affect you. >>> first though, sue at the new york stock exchange. sue? >> ty, as you mentioned, president obama will announce jack lew as his nominee for secretary of treasurer. he staffers believe it will be approved. analyst say the president's pick is a sign he will move forward with planned economic reforms and do so aggressively. mr. lew served as coo of nyu and worked at citigroup
we quoted on friday, steve clemens was on our show today, quote, there seems to be an effort by israel and supporters over and over to continue to run resolutions to say, how much do you love me america? do you love me today, do you love me tomorrow and do you love me again. i am supportive of israel but i'm not going to zero game between israel and neighbors, but also have vital national security relationships with the united states let's bring in our panel. steve hayes, juan williams and charles krauthammer. steve? >> i think the quote you read is offensive. its clownish view of what people have been arguing both with respect to protecting national security but the threat that iranian poses to the united states of america. i think one of the areas in which hagel has shown himself to be president obama's left, and he has in a variety of different places, is the question of iran. hagel ruled out a military strike would be unreasonable, it would be foolish to do that. something that the obama administration despite fact i think they have taken a rather accommodating and patien
to washington -- >> who cared about the consumer. >> -- that steve rattner supported. >> i think i know where we're going. >> if only there were that person. you could just check them off. >> you know what? there is. >> steve didn't support him. >> absolutely. you are going to come around on elizabeth warren. you just are. who doesn't? elizabeth warren said this on the issue. aig's reckless bets nearly crashed our entire economy. taxpayers across this country saved aig from ruin. and it would be outrageous for this company to turn around and sue the federal government because they think the deal wasn't generous enough. steve. >> so i agree with elizabeth warren who's completely right. >> that's all i need to hear. you just made my morning. >> january 9th of the new session. >> check right there. >> it's amazing what a victory does. >> come on. >> something about 1,000 fathers and orphans. >> something like that. something like that. so i'm curious, mika. i'm reading "the new york times," as i do every morning. >> oh, yes. >> and i'm hurt. i am hurt because you always told me, and this is why, of
nebraska senator bob kerrey and "the atlantic's" steve clemons. senator, it's always an honor to speak with you. the president today said chuck hagel is an american patriot when he announced the nomination of the former senator from your state to head the pentagon. let's take a listen. >> chuck hagel is the leader that our troops deserve. he is an american patriot. he enlisted in the army and volunteered for vietnam. to this day he bears the scars and shrapnel for battles he fought in our name. we see a decorated combat veteran of character and strength. they see one of their own. most importantly, chuck knows war is not an abstraction. he understands that sending young americans to fight and bleed in the dirt and mud, that's something we only do when it's absolutely necessary. >> well, senator hagel paid tribute to the men and women in uniform at the announcement today. let's listen to the nominee himself. >> mr. president, i am grateful for this opportunity to serve our country again and especially its men and women in uniform and their families. these are people that give so much to
nominee. u.s. economics editor for "the economist," and senior economics reporter steve leaseman. steve, first to you. what are the markets saying? what is jack lew's reputation in wall street and what do you see coming forward with debt negotiations? >> i think this appointment is being taken advisedly in the sense that it's a kind of wait and see. you know, from my perspective, having covered more or less -- more or less degrees, seven of the past treasury secretaries, jack lew does come to the table with a bio that perhaps has less independence in it than any treasury secretary i can remember. robert rubin, hailing from goldman sachs, salary summers was a renowned economist. paul o'neil from alcoa. there's nothing on lew's resume that suggests any measure of independence. markets want a little bit of independence from their treasury secretary. that said, if jack lew's appointment can, in fact, result in some kind of longer term budget deal affixed to entitlements, tax reform, corporate and individual that i think markets would be happy to give up that independence. the troubling is i
particularly hard-hit. correspondent steve brown reports tonight from the windy a sniffly city. >> reporter: this flu season is a bad one. >> we are absolutely seeing increase in number of people coming in with the flu like symptoms. cough, fevers, chills fa teak. >> it started early. 27-fold increase in confirmed cases than at the same time last flu s 41 states had flout outbreak. >> the strain out there causing cases is more vir leapt strain than others -- virulent strain than others so some are symptoms bad enough to warrant visit to emergency department. >> it's happened on illinois that 11 different hospitals ranging from four to 19 hours stop taking nonemergency patients in the e.r. because of the influx of flu parents. flu outbreak in boston prompted officials to declare a public health emergency. >> we are seeing significant rate of hospitalization. much more serious than we have seen in the last two years. >> near philadelphia, one hospital has a triage tent outside to treat patients with flu symptoms. tamiflu is in high demand and reportedly in short supply in parts of texas. your
steve as well about your deep knowledge of afghanistan and pakistan and the other bordering states. >> this is one that has taken a back burner. we are not that far removed from the election. the election was about by and large nothing more than the economy and which side could do it better. as a result almost every other issue gets pushed to the side, but we have, you know -- there are realtime tables in place in afghanistan about what we have pledged to do, what we will do. you talk about chuck hagel. what chuck hagel's role in all of that, if et wants to be secretary of defense. it's a complicated issue, and it's more complicated politically, andrea, simply because the american public -- this happened in iraq. it's clearly happening in afghanistan. the american public has tired of our involvement in these conflicts. this is not something new. this is something that has been long and coming. if you look at the history in polling at least of when that happens, public opinion almost never sort of sways back up to all of a sudden be supportive and think this was a battle worth fight
. this is a long time coming. this is a very long time coming. joining us now is steve clemons from "the washington note" and the new america foundation. steve writes at "the atlantic magazine" where he is washington editor at large. thank you so much for being here. >> my pleasure, rachel. >> president obama's announcement today that u.s. troops are going to change mission, move to a support role this spring. we had known that it was possible maybe as early as this next summer before today. do we know why the president felt he could accelerate the pace today and do it by this spring? >> well, i think that the president has looked at the -- he just won election. he has looked at the political tea leaves in the united states, and there is not very much support for this. and i think he is making a very important strategic judgment that the timing, that you've got american men and women still on the front line. they're still going to be in danger, but there is nothing strategically achievable in the spring that is different than what is strategically achievable in the summer or fall. and i think for t
like this before. which one is it? joining us now is steve kornacki, host of "the cycle." steve, it's good to see you. empty threats? or are we in uncharted obstruction territory? >> i don't think it's uncharted yet. i'm curious to see how it plays out. i think in terms of the republicans unifying in opposition, it's more likely in the case of hagel than lew, but we'll see how that plays out. i don't pick up yet in either case on the threat of what could kill either of these nominations that would be a filibuster there is a sense in hagel, even if he had all the republicans, all 45 of them say they are against him, there will be still be up or down. so maybe 55-45, maybe one democrat will peel off. the longer term threat here is this. what we've already experienced in the last four years is that the republicans in some very sort of troubling ways have changed the behavior enormous for congressional parties. you look at how they have treated the debt ceiling. they tried to claim that as a legitimate bargaining tool. you look what the senate republicans have down with the filibuster,
is also expressing opposition to the ideas. steve handlesman has more on what they are talking about today. steve? >> the nra didn't like the way it went, but a big question is how powerful and influential is the nra here on capitol hill? and the answer might be still plenty powerful, despite the massacre in connecticut and today's shotgun shooting in california which left a student wounded. another s.w.a.t. team at a school. another shooting incident. the images from near bakersfield, california hit networks as vice president biden said he'll send to president obama on tuesday a proposal to change u.s. gun laws. >> diminish the probability that what we've seen will okur and diminish the probability that our children are at risk in their schools. >> reporter: biden who met with hunting groups today and the nra, is expected to recommend a new ban on assault weapons and large-capacity clips. and setting up a stronger background check sim. no exceptions for gun shows and the internet market where 40% of guns get sold in and out without any check to stop sales to criminals or the mentally ill.
joins us, steve, thanks for joining us. >> you're welcome, greta. >> greta: steve, just so that i have an understanding, what is your -- what kind of practice do you have of law. estate practice or criminal lawyer, what kind of practice? >> i'm a criminal defense attorney primarily. >> greta: okay, that's the first sign fthe wife thinks she needs a criminal defense lawyer, that's a red flag. she didn't go to an estate lawyer to figure out how to divvy up the estate he she went to a criminal defense lawyer. >> no, no, that's not what happened. what happened the estate lawyer, she -- the husband had passed away in july. the estate had been started to go through probate and around the 6th of november the state's attorney got a warrant to search her apartment, or to search her house and the warrant said it was for investigation of first degree murder. then before she hired me, or talked to me, she went into the chicago police department, talked with them for four and a half hours without counsel, and then after all of that, she informed the estate lawyer of what had happened. and he told h
coming, a long time coming, a very long time coming. joining us now is steve clemens from the new america foundation. he writes for "atlantic" magazine, washington editor at large. thank you for being here. >> my pleasure, rachel. >> president obama's announcement that troops will move to a support role this spring, we had known it was possible maybe as early as this next summer before today, do we know why the president felt he could accelerate the pace today and do it by this spring? >> i think that the president looked at the tea leaves in the united states, not much support for this. making a strategic judgment that the timing that you have american men and women still on the front line, going to still in danger, but nothing strate c strategically achievable in the spring that is different than what is strategically achievable in the summer or fall. for those people who thought barack obama would acquiesce to permanent war, they are totally wrong this is a very important day. i was re-reading "the drift: the unmooring of american military power," written by one rachel mad yao today,
paramedics to other facilities if they could do so safely. steve brown is at a hospital in chicago. steve, is there something this year that's causing to spread? >> you bet, shep. >> last month it was responsible for a 27 full year-to-year jump in the number of confirmed cases country. the other thing about it which is very startling it is both new and powerful. >> mutated a little bit. there is a variance. our bodies are not immune to this variance. so we are seeing now increase disease, increased severity. >> bad combination. early arrival a new strain that we're not immune to. it's just a bad combination. >> shepard: sometimes they get the vaccine right. it's very effective sometimes they don't. what happened this year? >> they did get it right. they did get correctly. >> antivirus that they put into it. the window to get that shot is closing rapidly. if you get the flu and you are hoping tamiflu that antiviral drug treatment for folks will get the flu will somehow bail you out. that's a treatment which lessens the symptoms and the duration of the flu. doesn't prevent the flu. and it's
guard steve nash reached a new milestone, 10,000 assists and still counting. nash is only the fifth nba player to do that. congratulations to you. >>> a tale of two cities and twin brothers as rob ryan was fired as defensive coordinator of the dallas cowboys. in new york the jets announce md his twin brother rex ryan will keep his job as head coach. ryan said if sanchez does not play well next season quote that number will change. just ahead, kim and kanye's newmantion and which diva will perform for president obama at the inauguration. "breaking dawn" part two is breaking some records but not the kind that film makers want. you're watching "early today." >>> back to "early today" on this wednesday pornography. storm moving through the northwest. cold front will slice through behind it. colder air will move in through much of the west. all stormy weather is locked in the intermountain west. significant snows for all the ski countries over the next 24 to 48 hours maybe all the way out to friday. here's the forecast. look at tomorrow. tomorrow the colder air arrives with it, chance of sno
>> steve: sorry, ben. and "silver lining playbook" received four nominations all in the acting category. >> brian: last time that happened was 1981, "reds." i was wearing the same outfit (see you tomorrow. going on, brian. long as can be. fox news alert. white house might use executive orders to go around congress and push through new gun laws in america, setting off alarm bells. possibly setting up a showdown over the separation of powers. that would be intriguing. welcome everybody, to "america's newsroom." i'm bill hemmer. martha: good morning, everybody. i'm martha maccallum. vice president joe biden meets today with the nra and wal-mart that is set to be a pretty contentious meeting. two powerhouses in the gun industryer this, but biden's comments got gun owners fired up yesterday. here is some of that. >> the president is going to act. there are executive orders, there are executive action that can be taken. we haven't decided what it will be yet but we're compiling it all with the help of the attorney general and rest of the cabinet members as well as legislative action
realities of that that i understand pretty well. >> i bet you do. >> steve schmitt made an interesting point with rachel maddow saying we tend to think of this as a partisan issue. it's more of a regional issue. we show regional ownership of guns by region. do you think that these new groups that come up, mayor bloomberg's group and gabby giffords and mark kelly's group, over the long-term that they can shift the political calculus and shift that cultural dynamic that is in play right now? >> first of all, it's not just a regional thing. it's by party as well. if you look at polling on guns and possession of guns and types of weapons and so forth, republicans are strongly in favor of being extremely cautious about imposing any new restrictions. democrats are pretty strongly in favor. independents are split right down the middle. again that's something that democrats have to be concerned about. i don't claim to be steeped in the gun culture, but i worked in kentucky for years and i know the state and the people there and they rightly care about their guns not only for constitutional reasons,
support for stricter gun laws. steve handlesman is on capitol hill where biden faces a tougher sell. steve? >> reporter: hi doreen, thanks. politically here on the hill, this is going to be a tough one for democrats and the white house.
provoke a major battle. i'm steve handlesman, news4. >> thanks, steve. >>> dr. james andrews says that knee surgery on robert griffin the third was a success. dan hellie with more. dan? >> a fully recovery is expected. after performing five-hour surgery on the right knee of robert griffin iii, dr. andrews released the following statement. griffin is expected to remain in florida, where he will start his rehab. the first six to eight weeks considered crucial determining how long his recovery will take. depending what doctors talk to the recovery time anywhere from six to 12 months. rg3 did post this message on twitter prior to surgery. in sports, player reaction and guys got their take on what they think about rg3s potential return. >>> at 6:30, pat collins with taking the pulse of redskins nation on the surgery on rg3s knee. >>> a developing story out of prince georges county tonight a 19-year-old day care employee is facing child abuse charges after a witness captured an incident on video. on monday, coupling was charged with child abuse and assault. he has admitted to kicking a
, there's something rather unusual about the second term shake-up. missing the shake-up. >>> i'm steve kornacki. have heard about this $2 trillion coin? >>> i'm s.e. cupp. did you know that the 14-billion-year history of the universe is found inside a rock. i thought it was in steve's brain. >>> i'm toure. it's the year of lincoln. surprising me a little bit but more locks than a hardware store. >> i haven't seen one of the movies and if you haven't either, don't be embarrassed. you were probably too busy watching "the cycle." >>> loyal lew. the president flushing out the second term cabinet today promoting the chief of staff jack lew to run the treasury. >> so for all of the talk out there about deficit reduction, making sure our books
, editorial board member and writer for the "wall street journal." steve is joining us now. yes man for the president? what's wrong with that? >> well, there's nothing really wrong with that in terms of -- look, the treasury secretary probably should reflect the yesterdays and philosophy of the president. and i agree with the others on your unanimously it's very likely that he's -- your unanimously it's very likely that he's going to be confirmed. we were critical for a couple of reasons. one, look, we kind of were hoping this would be a new start for the president. that the second term might be a departure from some of the policies of the first term. this suggests that it's going to be more of the same. when you heard the discussion about how many republicans really just don't get along with this guy, they don't agree with his philosophy, they think he's really hard to deal with in negotiation, i think that could prestage real fights to come. i wanted to mention one other point if i could, wolf. one of the things that bothers me about the president's cabinet in his first term and t
does the law allow? and steve hays here about the possible political fallout of him doing this as an end around congress. we'll talk about moments away. obviously, it's going to be an important discussion. an update now to the school shooting in southern california that we told you about earlier in the hour. we've got new video from the scene as authorities say one student was shot and injured. now, that student has been flown to a hospital in bakersfield, so now we've been updated and earlier we were told it was two students, or two people shot and now they're saying it was a student and it was one student. we don't have any word on that student's condition. we're told the suspect is in custody. a sheriff's department spokesman says that person is also believed to be a student. the shooting happened at taft union high school, local reporters say people inside the school hid in closets during the attack. oh. and from georgia, we are getting some dramatic 911 tapes in a frightening home invasion making headlines in the middle this have week's and last week's gun debate. cap
everyturned, the school bus did. you can't see it in the shot, but it's behind this bus. >> steve: they've autopsily called for a med vac. switching gears completely, the 2013 academy awards are going to be in the land of lincoln, the movie. 12 oscar nods, including best picture and director. other films up for best picture are "argo," "beast of the southern wild." "django unchained," "les mis," "life of pi," and "zero dark thirty." >> brian: katherine big low wasn't nominated for the controversial movie. ben affleck also passed over. >> steve: sorry, ben. and "silver lining playbook" received four nominations all in the acting category. >> brian: last time that happened was 1981, "reds." i was wearing the same outfit (see you tomorrow. going on, brian. long as can be. fox news alert. white house might use executive orders to go around congress and push through new gun laws in america, setting off alarm bells. possibly setting up a showdown over the separation of powers. that would be intriguing. welcome everybody, to "america's newsroom." i'm bill hemmer. martha: good morning, everybod
shows. joining us is the president of strategies and steve hayes are, for a fair and balanced debate. john rockerts pointed out, there are no fewer than 10 bills under consideration in the house of representatives right now to oppose some sort of new gun control from limiting the size of clips to resurrecting the assault ban. a working group led by vice-president biden is proposing these. let's look at what the washington post rer reports, a working group led by vice-president biden is considering measures that would require universal background checks for firearms buyers, track the movement and sale of weapons through a national database, strengthen mental health checks and stricter penalties for carrying guns near schools or giving them to minors. would that help? >> some of them will. i think some of them won't. i think the fact of the matter is -- let me state clearly where i am coming from, someone who lived in a home with a man who should not have guns and lived through the incident of someone trying to kill somebody and married to a former nra board member. so vicome to this f
. an anthropologist searching for answers and now cycling back here to share the incredible experiences. >>> i'm steve kornacki, finding out who gave me the flu. really. it's a sick new app. >>> all that plus what kids, kesha and congress have common. we're all about making connections here on "the cycle." all right. it's just 13 days to the inauguration and if you thought president obama's first term was polarizing, just wait for the second. for instance, his first term was polarizing despite obama's efforts. his second could be polarizing because of them. need proof? already the president's putting up his dukes nominating chuck hagel to run the pentagon. he slammed the door on debt ceiling negotiations demanding congress raise it without drama and says he's ready to be tough on gun control but remember the president doesn't have to worry about re-election ever again. so expect his second term agenda to look a lot like this. full of overtures to the base which criticized him over the last four years for caving to republicans. to help decipher what to expect in the next four years, we start with nbc's
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